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She's all Done

Discussion in 'Model 3: Interior & Exterior' started by JohnC, Jun 23, 2018.

  1. ceekz

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    It was posted on Reddit 4 months ago. Usually if you bundle everything and go to one shop they will bring the prices down.
     
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    Thank you very much for the info. I didn't realize they worked together. .Do they alter the color at all? I know they are essentially "clear", but if it's only applied to the front bumper can you distinguish between them?
     
  4. O Dub

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    murdered out. beautifully done
     
  5. O Dub

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    did you tint the headlamps yourself? What was used?
     
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    zackmilo 2.2M+ Youtube views on my Model 3

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    yes. XPEL smoke from RPMTESLA
     
  7. O Dub

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    nice. thank you
     
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    zackmilo 2.2M+ Youtube views on my Model 3

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    Very easy to install. use isopropyl alcohol instead of baby shampoo it sets faster.
     
  9. O Dub

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    just watched the video. definitely a DIY.

    one question, did you do PPF on the car? And if so, did you install the smoke Xpel over the clear Xpel? And if you coated the car did you coat over the XPEL smoke?

    Reason I ask is because my car is getting XPEL ultimate as we speak, and he is going to wrap the headlights. I like the smoke look so I'm wondering if I could just go over his PPF with the RPM smoke at the headlights. And then I'm getting it ceramic coated, which includes the headlights. Wonder if having 2 layers of XPEL and coating underneath will affect anything
     
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    zackmilo 2.2M+ Youtube views on my Model 3

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    2 layers is perfectly fine. Just coat the top layer or adhesive won't stick to coating
     
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    Nice ride senor. Did I see you on I-5 last night (9/23) headed south towards San Diego? Somewhere near San Clemente-ish?
     
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    Nice mods, everyone!! If you decide to meet up again, keep us posted...
     

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